ABOUT US

BGBC Zürich was founded in 2020 by three young creatives from Zürich, Switzerland. Driven by their vision to create high quality limited edition streetwear, they’ve
embarked on a journey in a Big Game with an even Bigger Challenge (BGBC).

BGBC Zürich is the embodiment of what it takes to reach success and as the owner of a limited edition BGBC ZÜRICH piece, you are officially part of that journey.
We want to show the world that no matter how "BIG" a "CHALLENGE" might seem it can be mastered and eventually lead to a "BIG GAME".
Customer satisfaction is our number one priority. BGBC ZÜRICH is where high quality streetwear meets an affordable price.
  All our products are made of 100% ORGANIC COTTON, RECYCLED POLYESTER

and our textiles are certified with the following: 

PETA Approved - Zessoo Our Certifications | Stanley/Stella API

“PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE“

"PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE" is much more than just a design on a piece of clothing. It is a reminder that should teach us all to forgive the sins of others and to accept everyone as they are because "PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE."

 

Our certifications are seen as the world's leading processing standards for textiles made from organic fibres. They define the highest-level environmental criteria along the entire organic textiles supply chain and requires compliance with social criteria as well.

 

Only textile products that contain a minimum of 70% organic fibres can become certified. All chemical inputs such as dyes and auxiliaries used must prove to meet certain environmental and toxicological criteria. A functional waste water treatment plant is mandatory for any wet-processing unit involved and all processors must comply with social criteria.

 

 

The aim of these  standards is to define world-wide recognised requirements all the way from harvesting of the raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing up to labelling in order to provide a credible assurance to the end consume.

 

 

THE BGBC ZÜRICH TEAM

Anatol Bopp, Luis Vogelsang and Samuel Rühli